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What is in this Guide?

Bloomberg GPThis page provides links to important company & industry resources for the study of JOMC 551.

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  • NetAdvantage
    Industry surveys, financial information for thousands of US and global companies and much more.
  • Business Source Complete
    Industry reports, company profiles, market research reports, SWOT analyses and more. Articles about thousands of companies.
  • Encyclopedia of Finance
    Authoritative definitions of many financial terms.

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Learn how to use the Bloomberg terminal - with special emphasis given to requirements for JOMC 551, Digital Media Economics. Preference given to students in that class, but all are welcome.

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Successful use of the Bloomberg will GREATLY enhance your final presentation!

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